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Relationships of hedonic hunger, impulsivity, and binge eating: Emphasis on moderating effect of impulsivity

  • Clinical Psychology in Korea: Research and Practice
  • 2019, 5(4), pp.377-394
  • DOI : 10.15842/CPKJOURNAL.PUB.5.4.377
  • Publisher : Korean Clinical Psychology Association
  • Research Area : Social Science > Psychological Science > Clinical Psychology
  • Received : May 23, 2019
  • Accepted : August 8, 2019
  • Published : December 31, 2019

Cho Woo Jin 1 Yi In Hyae 2

1강원대학교병원 정신건강의학과 뇌신경임상심리실
2강원대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

This objection of this study were to confirm the effect of hedonic hunger and impulsivity on binge eating, and to the moderating effect of impulsivity between hedonic hunger and binge eating. This study were conducted for 327 men and women in their 20s. Correlation analysis, stepwise regression analysis, and hierarchical regression analysis were conducted. The findings of this study were as follows: first, hedonic hunger and impulsivity were the significant factors that explain binge eating. secondly, Food Available and Negative Urgency were the statistically significant factors sub-factors of hedonic hunger and impulsivity. Lastly, The moderating effect of impulsivity between hedonic hunger and binge eating and the moderating effect of Negative Urgency between Food Available and binge eating were the significant factors that explain binge eating.

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